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MY WORD OF THE WEEK.
How are the school holidays going for you? So far we’ve have a birthday, a few haircuts and the Little Man has had a sleepover at his uncle’s house.
This week we’ve also had a couple of days out and they have both involved animals. Today we are off at the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Centre which we have visited many times before. We are meeting up with some local SEND families which should be fun.
Although we are a bit concerned about it being next to the cricket ground and some ‘big’ cricket match on! Hoping we’ll be there early enough to get a parking place.
Yesterday we got to see some exotic animals from Exotic Zoo. The kids fell in love. Star desperately wants a snake, and Boo wants a meerkat and The Little Man a bearded lizard. I think we should settle for a tortoise! I love snakes and lizards, but the thought of feeding them live creatures eek! It’s bad enough when the cats chase the birds.
I’ll leave you with a few photos from our day.
We also met a skunk called Tilly, a tortoise called Rosie, and a sweet tiny hedgehog called Lisa.
Now it’s your turn to let us know what you’ve been up to this week.